Scholarships

Find out more information regarding course scholarships, Cass scholarships, alumni discounts and other external funding opportunities for postgraduate study at Cass.

Cass Scholarships

The majority of scholarships for 2018 intake are now closed (application deadline was 8th May 2018). Applications are still open for the Aviva Scholarship, which has a deadline of 31st July 2018. Information regarding the Cass Real Estate Club Scholarship and Santander Scholarship will be posted when information becomes available.

In order to be considered for a scholarship, applicants must have accepted, and paid the deposit for, a conditional or unconditional offer of a place on a full-time MSc degree at Cass Business School. We do not accept scholarship applications from applicants who do not hold an offer on an MSc degree at Cass Business School.

Decisions will be made by the awarding body during summer 2018, and most results will be announced between June and August. We understand the importance of confirming the results of the scholarships as soon as possible. All scholarship applicants will be informed of the decisions by email as and when they are made. Please note that we are not able to provide updates on the status of individual applications.

Confirmed Scholarships

Stelios Scholarships

Overview

Cass Business School alumnus Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou is the Chairman of easyGroup and is most famous for founding easyJet at the age of 28. He graduated with a Cass MSc in Shipping, Trade and Finance in 1988. His foundation, the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation is committed to dynamic philanthropy: making a positive, exponential difference through funding, inspiring and advising educational, entrepreneurial and environmental initiatives.

Value: At least four scholarships, each worth £10,000

Criteria

Eligible courses: All finance and entrepreneurship related courses.

Geographical requirements: Must be a permanent resident of the EU.

Academic requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence.

Financial need: Must be able to demonstrate financial need.

For further information about the Foundation, please visit www.stelios.com.

Applications for this scholarship have closed for 2018 intake.

September 11th Insurance Trust Scholarship

Overview

The September 11th Scholarship is provided by The September 11th Insurance Trust which is supported by Lloyds and a number of firms in the London insurance market. The Trust was established on the initiative of Aon and Marsh, in association with the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), following the attacks in New York on 11th September 2001. The purpose of the Trust is to hold the proceeds of a charitable events, which are used to fund the education of young people working within the US or UK insurance industry.

There are two scholarships offered in memory of friends and colleagues who lost their lives in the attacks.

Value: Two scholarships each worth £10,000

Criteria

Eligible courses: MSc Insurance and Risk Management.

Geographical requirements: None.

Academic requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence.

Financial need: Applicants will be asked to demonstrate financial need.

Other: Applicants will be required to demonstrate why they want to work in the insurance industry and why the financial assistance is important to them.

Applications for this scholarship have closed for 2018 intake.

Pettman Scholarship

Overview

The Pettman Scholarship is donated by Professor Barrie Pettman and his wife, Maureen. Professor Pettman was one of the School's very first students, receiving his Master of Administrative Sciences in 1967, which was later converted into an MBA.

Value: £20,000

Criteria

Eligible courses: All courses.

Geographical requirements: Open to permanent residents of New Zealand.

Academic requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence.

Financial need: Must be able to demonstrate financial need.

Other: The recipient agrees to repay the good fortune they have received through being awarded The Pettmann Scholarship. They will be expected to provide a similar scholarship for another student at Cass Business School within 25 years of receiving the scholarship, subject to their financial situation.

Applications for this scholarship have closed for 2018 intake.

Fondazione Pietro Barbaro Scholarship

Overview

The Fondazione Pietro Barbaro aims to promote Mediterranean culture by organising cultural events, site-specific projects and temporary exhibitions in collaboration with higher education institutions, public authorities and private partners.

Value: £10,000.

Criteria

Eligible courses: MSc Shipping, Trade and Finance.

Geographical requirements: Open to permanent residents of Italy.

Academic requirements: Applicants must be of the highest academic calibre, demonstrated by achievement of a first class degree (or overseas equivalent).

Financial need: N/A.

Further information about Fondazione Pietro Barbaro

Applications for this scholarship have closed for 2018 intake.

Haberman Fund

Overview

The Haberman Fund was set up to pay tribute to Professor Steven Haberman, former Dean of Cass Business School, who has been teaching and conducting research in Actuarial Science at Cass Business School for over 30 years.

Value: Two scholarships, each worth £4,000.

Criteria

Eligible courses: MSc Actuarial Science.

Geographical requirements: None.

Academic requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence.

Financial need: Must be able to demonstrate financial need.

Applications for this scholarship have closed for 2018 intake.

The Marketors' Scholarship, Funded by the Marketors' Trust of the Worshipful Company of Marketors

Overview

Cass Business School has partnered with the Marketors' Trust of the Worshipful Company of Marketors to award a scholarship to a student who holds a valid offer of a full-time place on Cass's MSc in Marketing Strategy & Innovation.

The Marketors' Scholarship is for one year and will be awarded to a full-time postgraduate student. The recipient must be able to demonstrate financial need in a written application form. It is also essential that the recipient has a desire to pursue a career in marketing and contribute to the marketing profession. The Marketors' Company has an extensive network and this is a wonderful opportunity for the right candidate who wishes to have exposure to the field and build relationships with like-minded marketing professionals.

To be eligible for the Marketors' Scholarship you must meet the following criteria:

  • Hold a valid offer of a full-time place on Cass's MSc in Marketing Strategy & Innovation
  • Be a permanent resident of the UK
  • Be able to demonstrate strong academic merit based on undergraduate studies
  • Be able to demonstrate financial need

The Worshipful Company of Marketors is a City of London Livery Company. The Marketors promote marketing as a force for economic and public benefit, encouraging excellence in marketing and education and marketing in practice.

Value: One scholarship worth £10,000

Criteria

Eligible courses: MSc Marketing Strategy & Innovation

Geographical Requirements: Permanent resident of the UK

Academic Requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence

Financial Need: Must be able to demonstrate financial need.

Applications for this scholarship have closed for 2018 intake.

Aviva Scholarship

Overview

The Aviva Scholarship covers 20% of tuition fees for MSc Actuarial Science and MSc Actuarial Management. It is aimed at applicants from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam who are, or whose parents are, current Aviva customers.

Value: Four scholarships, each worth £4,000

Criteria

Eligible courses: MSc Actuarial Science, MSc Actuarial Management

Geographical requirements: Must be from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan or Vietnam

Academic requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence

Other: You or either one of your parents must be a current Aviva customer holding an in-force policy or active investment managed by Aviva companies in China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, or Vietnam.

To apply, please visit the Aviva website and submit their scholarship application form. Terms and conditions apply.

Deadline: 31st July 2018.

The Michael M Xylas MSc Scholarship

Overview

The Michael M Xylas Scholarship was established at Cass Business School by Mrs Matrona Egon (Xylas) in memory of her father, Michael Xylas.

Value: One scholarship worth £10,000

Criteria

Eligible courses: MSc Energy, Trade and FinanceMSc Shipping, Trade and Finance.

Geographical requirements: None.

Academic requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence.

Financial need: N/A.

Applications for this scholarship have closed for 2018 intake.

Cass Future Fund Scholarships

Overview

We are delighted to announce that, as a result of a successful Annual Fund Telephone Campaign, we are able to offer some new scholarships to offer-holders on a range of our full-time MSc degrees. The generosity of our Alumni will allow up to 7 offer-holders to receive a scholarship worth £10,000, which will be deducted from the second instalment of tuition fees. In order to apply you must have a strong academic background, and not have undertaken any previous Higher Education studies within the UK.

Value: Up to seven scholarships, each worth £10,000

Criteria

Eligible courses: MSc Global Supply Chain Management, MSc Management, MSc Marketing Strategy and Innovation, MSc Finance, MSc Banking and International Finance, MSc Corporate Finance, MSc International Accounting and Finance, MSc Investment Management, MSc Financial Mathematics, MSc Mathematical Trading and Finance, MSc Quantitative Finance

Geographical requirements: None

Academic requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence. Must not have previously studied at Higher Education level within the UK.

Financial need: N/A

Applications for this scholarship have closed for 2018 intake.

Future Fund Women’s Leadership Scholarship

Overview

This scholarship is provided by the Cass Global Women’s Leadership Programme, with funds donated by City, University of London alumni. The Programme aims to inspire, equip and connect Cass women who are or want to become resilient, inclusive, ambitious, brave, confident, responsible, authentic and thriving leaders. We support women who want to grow and are seeking their unique version of success; a success that can go well beyond corporate or entrepreneurial leadership to include community involvement, mentoring and other initiatives. We offer scholarships for women, organize speaker events, workshops and nurture a large network of Cass women alumni, students and staff. Our goal is to celebrate the successes of Cass women and facilitate the achievement of their professional goals.

We encourage the recipients to be involved in the programme by leading initiatives of their choice or getting involved in increasing the visibility of the programme.

Value: Two scholarships each worth £10,000

Criteria

Eligible courses: All courses.

Geographical requirements: None.

Academic requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence.

Deadline: 8th May 2018

Other: Applicants will be required to demonstrate why they consider women’s leadership programmes to be relevant and significant to improve the career paths of professional women.

Applications for this scholarship have closed for 2018 intake.

Cass Real Estate Club Scholarship

Overview

The Cass Real Estate Club Scholarship is awarded with funds raised by the student-led Cass Real Estate Club primarily through the highly successful annual Real Estate Conference.

To be eligible for the scholarship, prospective candidates must prove their need for financial assistance and display outstanding academic credentials. Those with professional experience are also encouraged to apply.

Value: £10,000

Criteria

Eligible courses: MSc Real Estate, MSc Real Estate Investment.

Geographical requirements: None.

Academic requirements: Must be able to demonstrate academic excellence.

Financial need: Must be able to demonstrate financial need.

Deadline: 18th June 2018

Details of how to apply are sent to all eligible offer-holders.

Unconfirmed Scholarships

Santander Scholarships

Overview

City is participating in the Santander Scholarship Scheme, earmarked for postgraduate masters students resident in certain international countries. Scholarships are worth £2,000 each, payable towards tuition fees.

This scholarship is administered by City, University of London. For further information please contact funding@city.ac.uk

More information and to apply for the Santander Scholarships.

Course Scholarships

Every year dozens of students on our postgraduate Programme are awarded this scholarship in recognition of their previous outstanding academic achievements and a strong course application.

This award is open to all applicants on full-time courses on the MSc Programme.

There is no need to apply for the course scholarship as it is awarded by the Admissions Panel and the candidates are shortlisted from the overall pool of successful applicants. The majority of course scholarships are awarded at the time the course offer is made, and while funds are still available.

The award amount can be up to 20% of the tuition fees and takes the form of a discount deducted from the second instalment of the tuition fees in January.

City University London alumni discount

Separate to these scholarship schemes all graduates of City University London are entitled to a 10% discount on the fees of a Cass MSc course. Please note that, as we aim to offer bursaries to as many outstanding students as we are able to, City Alumni may only accept either the alumni discount or a course bursary/Cass scholarship/early-bird discount (if available) - the larger amount would normally take precedence. For more information, please visit this page.

Terms and Conditions of Awards

Please be informed that it is Cass Business School Masters Programme policy that only one Cass scholarship/course scholarship award/alumni discount/early-bird discount can be offered to each applicant. Should you be awarded any other scholarship or be fully funded by an outside source (with the exception of a repayable bank loan) you would have to make a choice of which award you would like to accept.

All scholarships and discounts are credited towards the second instalment of tuition fees; students are therefore required to pay the whole of the first instalment (or the remaining fees if the award is larger than half the tuition fees) during registration.

Further details of the terms and conditions of accepting a scholarship/discount will be provided in the award confirmation letter.